hey have tested resistant plants against a range of different strains of the virus taken from all over the world and so far, no strain has been able to overcome the resistance. The research on the so-called Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV), led by Dr Jo
Because we are force feeding our crops, all the secondary nutrients are been also depleted several times faster than is normal. At present no replacement strategy exists that I am aware of.
You are either totally ignorant about the contents of S. 510, the food “safety” bill, or you are a shill. Effective April 1, 2011, the selling of vitamins and nutritional supplements without a prescription will officially become illegal in Europe
The definition of “local” or “regional” has for a long time been flexible and defined differently depending on the person in question. In 2008 Congress passed H.R.2419 which amended the “Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act”. In the amendment
FAO said the aid would benefit a total of five million people, adding: "The food security of tens of millions of Pakistanis is at stake with the current planting season. The next harvest for wheat will not be until spring 2011."
See how that works people – throw enough chaff into the air and particulates are bound to be found. Will you use something the EPA designates as to be labeled “Caution”? I did try to find the specific referral to AP-360 (TM) at the EPA website, but a
A new book by an urban agriculture visionary aims to change the way people think about farming, offering a look into a future where city skyscrapers _ not rural fields _ produce the world's food. "The Vertical Farm," challenges the notion that plants
The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Maricopa County Master Gardeners are pleased to announce their Fall Plant Sale on Saturday, October 30, 2010, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If the Chinese acquire large tracts of land here in the United States, food grown will be for import. This will threaten not only our own independence, but will cause distortions in our food supply and put an end to the local food movement as well.
The issue concerning the use of antibiotics in farm feed has been brought to light once again. On Wednesday July 14th, at a hearing for the Energy and Commerce subcommittee, Dr. John Clifford (a representative of the United States Department of Agric